Concentration Camps Correspondence
He writes that he waits daily and hourly for a letter from them (his parents) and says
the piece of paper from them is the most precious thing he has. He says he works from
one day to the next, and months go by in anticipation of the time they see each other.
He says when he comes home he will buy his mother her favourite things: flowers, and
then she will be the happiest.
In his database, Lordahl lists a letter from the inmate (16 February 1941) and a much later letter (8 October 1944). It seems that this inmate spent most of the war in Dachau. Since there are no envelopes, the recipient is unknown.